N.J. court says HOA residents can display political signs

06/19/2012 | Republic (Columbus, Ind.), The

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that residents of home and condo associations can display political signs after one resident at the Mazdabrook Commons condo community in Parsippany was told to take signs down that supported his campaign for office. "Political signs advancing a resident's candidacy are not incompatible with a private development; rather, they are a small but important part of the fabric of our society," the court wrote. "On balance, the importance of [the resident's] right to promote his candidacy for office, and the relatively minor interference his conduct posed to private property, outweigh Mazdabrook's interests."

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